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i've recently replayed the human noble origin in d.a.o. and then ( as with each time i've played it ) i cant help but feel as if d.a. devs are a bit perverse and i will explain but first SPOILLERS WARNING for those of you who have'nt played trough that origin at least once : in the discusion in fergus room at some point little oren ask his father if he can bring him a sword ( the sword of truthiness bit ) and i remember fergus saying and i quote : you'll see a sword soon enough, end quote and there lie my uneasyness knowing what happen the following night it's a bit on perverse side of the devs to make fergus say that to his son, like a premonition of sort in a twisted sense of humour kind of way, i'm not saying it's a bad thing i just find it a little bit akward that's all and i wanted to know if i was alone in thinking that or not ? DragonInquisitor (talk) 14:39, September 12, 2014 (UTC)

You're probably not alone, but I didn't find it awkward. It was just foreshadowing. It's done all the time in movies and such. When I first heard the line I figured the castle would be attacked, but I had that feeling before this when talking to Howe. So for me it seemed like Fergus not knowing what he was saying, but being tragically correct about it. I only found it frustrating that my custom character couldn't do anything to at least prepare the castle for it. Believe it! (talk) 15:11, September 12, 2014 (UTC)
David Gaider, on Tumblr [1]: I adored Oren so much. I’m glad he got to see a real sword up close, just like he wanted. :) Theskymoves (talk) 16:14, September 12, 2014 (UTC)
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